Renewed T4C Yourguide

Information and knowledge is indispensable in today’s world. Lely Farm Management Support aims to provide this information through a variety of sources and tools. Besides face-to-face contact with our advisors, YourGuide in T4C is a complete library to find answers on T4C and management-related topics. With the content redesign and new look, YourGuide has improved significantly.




Software is always subject to development; similarly this also applies for T4C and T4C InHerd. The content in YourGuide has been reviewed, refreshed and updated where necessary to the latest versions and insights.

Structure & appearance

When visiting the home page you will find five main categories, recognizable by icons: News, T4C, T4C InHerd, Vector and Farm Management. Each section has specific sub-sections, which makes navigation easy. In addition to this structure the search bar can also be used to find answers.

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News New tips, advice or updates are shown in the News section. A current new tip is about increasing capacity in relation to an optimized milk yield per milking. By means of three steps the basic principle is explained.
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Basic T4C information, explanation on T4C reports, modules and settings like locations within the barn, automatic routing of cows or fat/protein calibration are shown in this section.

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T4C InHerd

How to get started, explanation of the tools and frequently asked questions can be found in this section to get the maximum in a most efficient way out of T4C InHerd on your smartphone.

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Lely Vector

Settings, frequently asked questions and information about the mobile device are in this section. Also routines in relation to automatic feeding are shown and explained in a simple and straightforward way.

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Farm management

This section contains the links to benchmark instruction cards and webadvice. Webadvice is a free, easy, and fast way to compare your farm with the national performance. In addition tips and tricks are given applicable on your farm.

More languages

At the time of writing the renewed YourGuide is available in English, Dutch, German, French, Polish, Czech, Spanish, Russian and Italian. Further languages (in line with the T4C languages) are currently under construction and will be gradually released.

More Farming insights

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T4C 3.11 update

T4C & InHerd

T4C 3.11 update

As of June 2019, the roll out of T4C update 3.11 will start. This update contains new KPI’s of cow performance and rumination of lactating cows, new options in the routing settings, new Vector settings, new remark fields, an attention ‘suspect for abortion’ and new features for the grazing reporting. Since the roll out will start soon, it is good to know what the update entails. KPI for energy-corrected milk or milk solids To get a better insight into your cows’ performance, there is now a KPI available that shows milk yields, but with a correction for fat and protein content. There is a choice between three formulas, which are FPCM (fat- and protein-corrected milk), ECM (energy-corrected milk) or milk solids (sum of kg dry matter of fat and protein). These calculations are available as a KPI on the dashboard, but also on an individual-cow basis in the report generator. However, they are not enabled by default. On the ‘Global farm set-up’ page, you can choose which formula you would like to use. Routing: pause a scheduled routing On the ‘Daily entry’ page, a new action has been added called ‘Scheduled routing’. On this page, you see all the cows that currently have an active routing task based on a scheduled routing task. This gives you more insight into which cows are routed or ‘to be routed’ and why they are routed. In addition, you can pause these tasks. This could be useful, for example, when you want to skip hoof trimming for a day due to harvesting. Routing: only route after milking When treating a cow, it is often desirable to have a cow in the separation area with an empty udder. With Lely T4C 3.11 it is now possible to enable a setting that makes sure that routing tasks are only active when a cow is allowed to be milked. This could also prevent cows with full udders being in the separation area for longer periods. This functionality is also available for scheduled routing tasks. Lely Vector: enter ration in dry matter Lely Vector rations can also be entered in kg dry matter. This would be very useful when customers receive their ration in dry matter per cow from their feed advisors. Reproduction remarks In this update, the usage of the reproduction remarks is improved. There are now also remark fields available for the pregnancy check and calving actions. Rumination KPI for lactating cows only Usually the rumination activity KPI is used to analyse the rumination of the part of the herd that is currently in lactation. However, since this KPI also includes dry cows and young stock, there is now also a KPI that shows only the average for the cows that are in lactation.   ‘Suspected miscarriage’ attention If a pregnant animal has shown serious heat signs since the last positive pregnancy test, she is shown on report 34 – Reproduction check with the remark ‘Suspected miscarriage’. Grazing report This new report shows the grazing per cow. The time is calculated from the moment she is routed to a grazing destination until she is recognised again by another device. Related to this same data, there is now also a grazing report for all the lactating cows.


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